Unbridled Race For Development Is A Threat To The Environment

Unbridled race for development is a threat to the environment
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To tie. Renowned thinker and founder of Rashtriya Swabhiman Andolan, KN Govindacharya said that the unbridled race of development is coming in the way of maintaining the balance of environment and nature. For this, there is a need for mutual coordination between the government and the society.
Said that the society should come forward and the government should go behind. Only then is balanced development possible. Govindacharya reached here late in the evening on Friday. He is out on Yamuna Yatra and study trip since August 28.
Addressing the graduate students at the Human Agrarian Center located at village Badokhar Khurd, some far from the city, he said that the need of the hour is to balance development with the environment and nature. He discussed contemporary environmental issues with program host and progressive farmer Prem Singh and students.
Students from Gwalior, Kolkata and Karnataka are taking training here. Govindacharya expressed concern over the mismatch on the balance of the existing system of agriculture. Emphasized on farmers to adopt rotational farming.
Warned that the gap between the rich and the poor widens as the economy goes under the control of a select few. If the situation does not change, the situation will become unbridled.

To tie. Renowned thinker and founder of Rashtriya Swabhiman Andolan, KN Govindacharya said that the unbridled race of development is coming in the way of maintaining the balance of environment and nature. For this, there is a need for mutual coordination between the government and the society.

Said that the society should come forward and the government should go behind. Only then is balanced development possible. Govindacharya reached here late in the evening on Friday. He has gone on Yamuna Yatra and study trip since August 28.

Addressing the graduate students at the Human Agrarian Center located at village Badokhar Khurd, some far from the city, he said that the need of the hour is to balance development with the environment and nature. He discussed contemporary environmental issues with program host and progressive farmer Prem Singh and students.

Students from Gwalior, Kolkata and Karnataka are taking training here. Govindacharya expressed concern over the mismatch on the balance of the existing system of agriculture. Emphasized on farmers to adopt rotational farming.

Cautioned that the gap between the rich and the poor widens as the economy goes under the control of a select few. If the situation does not change, the situation will become unbridled.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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